The ecological conscience; values for survival.
- Englewood Cliffs, Prentice-Hall, .
- A Spectrum book.
xv, 206 p. 21 cm.
- Environmental policy -- United States -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Man -- Influence on nature -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
- By air: Albany-Baltimore, by A. Ginsberg.
The ecological facts of life, by B. Commoner.
Values, process, and form, by I. L. McHarg.
The wild places, by T. Merton.
The conservation ethic, by A. Leopold.
Ecology and man: a viewpoint, by P. Shepard.
Ecology, science and technology.
Aspects of the future of ecology, by L. B. Slobodkin.
Closing statement, by L. Mumford.
Can technology be humane? By P. Goodman.
To survive on the earth, by B. Commoner.
Ecology and social institutions.
Everyone wants to save the environment, by F. M. Potter, Jr.
Land of ecology, by J. Margolis.
The politics of ecology, by B. Weisberg.
The power to destroy, the power to create, by Ecology Action East.
Technology and the human environment, by R. B. Fuller.
The world is your body, by A. Watts.
Poetry and the primitive: notes on poetry as an ecological survival technique, by G. Snyder.
Suggested readings (p. 205-206).
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